A number of flexible/shared offices have popped up across Australia – one being Flex Office, located in South Melbourne. While the base building was designed by Elenberg Fraser, Hickory commissioned Six Degrees Architects to design the ground floor area.
Group GSA has delivered Westpac’s new office hub in Parramatta. Taking inspiration from a different type of gathering, the new workplace prioritises connection without compromising productivity.
We visit five cutting-edge, Australian-designed workplaces that will make your forget what work looks like.
Did you know, people working in architecture have a significantly lower-than-average quality of life compared with Australian norms? Byron Kinnaird, a research fellow at Monash University for The Wellbeing of Architects project, reports on some the project’s most startling findings.
Bidding farewell to mundane and uninspired office spaces, colour has transformed our workplaces into layered and engaging environments. So we sit down with Karina Simpson, Hot Black’s Workplace Lead, to talk about the influence colour has on the workspace landscape through the prism of Herman Miller’s progressive colour philosophy.
Iris is a small space in Gurugram, India, that has become a beautiful and functional workplace. Envisage has made a grand design gesture on an intimate scale, providing its client with a bespoke and signature environment.
Interiors and architecture studio Rezen has designed a sleek, modern office in Western Australia for the American company. Colour, light and versatile spaces come together to create a contemporary working environment.
Following recent award wins for Brookfield Place Sydney, Make has also been recognised for a landmark workplace project in London. At 80 Charlotte Street, you’ll find architecture in tune with its surroundings.
Drawing on traditional Japanese architecture as well as the designers’ own international backgrounds, Bean Buro has created an interior office space with a distinctly modern atmosphere.
Inside the internationally award-winning Quay Quarter Tower in Sydney, AMP’s workplace by Hassell has been likened to a biophilic, vertical village.